Review: Mitsubishi Shogun (1999 – 2007)
Excellent tow car and rugged off-roader. Better ride quality than the previous Shogun.
Still comparatively unsophisticated to drive on the road. Beware of stolen imports masquerading as UK cars.
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Report of ABS, brake and traction control warning lights plus a warning buzzer and almost immediately we lost use of the brakes, with the pedal going solid on 110k mile 2003 Shogun LWB used only for... Read more
Vital that nylon cam chain top guide is checked and replaced as necessary. Usually last 70k-90k miles. Cost just £10, but failure leading to chain coming off wrecks the engine. Read more
Facelift for 2007 with EU4 compliant 3.2 diesels: 160PS and 383Nm torque for manual and 170PS and 373Nm torque for auto. Read more
Mitsubishi Shogun (1999 – 2007): At A Glance
- On average it achieves 103% of the official MPG figure
Still obviously a Shogun, but now more rounded looking with monocoque shell.
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